Former Billionaire Sean Quinn emerges from his period of bankruptcy on Friday.

The former billionaire Sean Quinn is to pay €10,000 per year for the next two years to the Official Assignee Chris Lehane, the bankruptcy court has ru(...)

The UN secretary-general’s special envoy on climate change, Mary Robinson, who will deliver an address at the Dublin conference. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Ireland’s ambassadors are to be asked to redouble their efforts to support Irish business internationally during a three-day conference that begins to(...)

Former billionaire Sean Quinn, who is due to emerge from a three-year term of bankruptcy later this week. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

The preferred bidder for the former Quinn Group glass business on the Cavan-Fermanagh border has promised to maintain employment in the plant, the c(...)

The Central Bank  has published a paper as part of a review of the Code of Conduct for Business Lending to SMEs. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Banks will have to increase the amount of information they give to small and medium-sized enterprises looking for credit under proposals from the Ce(...)

Edouard Perrin: said there were about  20 people in the TV production company’s offices, including some trainees. “I told everyone to go to the third floor and to go to the roof, or to be ready to go to the roof.” 0:33

A French journalist who was among the first to enter the offices of Charlie Hebdo on Wednesday has described the scene as being like something from a (...)

Red FM: the company said listenership figures and  targets for the business were being met.

Investors in the Cork radio station Red FM expect that it will become profitable this year, according to shareholder and company secretary Fiona Darcy(...)

The American Apparel shop in Dublin. The chain’s founder and former chief executive, Dov Charney, was sacked last month for alleged misconduct. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The American Apparel business in Ireland recorded its first profit in 2013, when it made €21,687.The business, which opened its shop on Grafton Street(...)

Tighter loan-to-value ratios for house purchasers and better updating of house valuations for property tax purposes are among the measures cited in a new IMF report on how to dampen house-price cycles.

Tighter loan-to-value ratios for house purchasers and better updating of house valuations for property tax purposes are among the measures cited in a (...)

Just before Christmas Seán Quinn paid a visit to the group offices in Derrylin, Co Fermanagh. He is due to act as an adviser to the new owners.

The divisions of the former Quinn Group that are back under the control of some of its former senior executives are ultimately owned by a Luxembourg p(...)

Ryanair announced that its load factor – the measure of seats used per flight – rose to 88 per cent in December from 81 per cent for the same month in 2013. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

Ryanair got off to a flying start in 2015 with its announcement that passenger numbers in December were 1 million greater than the 5.02 million that (...)